Bungay Community Bees
BCB is 5 years old!
Welcome to Bungay Community Bees, we are a group of people striving to preserve pollinators and particularly the honey bee in an environment within which they can thrive. We’re working on a number of different projects: Plants for Bees, Education and Outreach, and Beekeeping; these are outlined below – click on the buttons for more information about each. We welcome new members at any time of the year – you might be very local and want to get hands on with one or all of our projects, or you could support us from afar:
Membership remains at £20 for the year. If you’d like to join us for the 2014 beekeeping season please click the button below and fill in the form:
Plants for Bees:
Encompassing wild spaces, gardens and farmland – click the button below to view our news archive.
Education and Outreach:
Sharing information and creating inspiration – click the button below to view our news archive.
Working with Anglia Regional Co-operative Society and Featherdown Farms to provide education sessions at a purpose-built apiary.
For school enquiries or to book a visit please contact Jill Basson of Anglia Regional Co-operative Society on 01733 225552.
Increasing numbers of hives, bees and bee-keepers locally – click the button below to view our news archive.
Exploring top bar and other hive options with sustainability in mind – click the button below to view our news archive.
Full Bungay Community Bees Archive:
Click the button below to view our news archive.
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